The Hatemeter project manager Serena Bressan is participating at the “ICT2018: Imagine Digital – Connect Europe” taking place in Vienna on 4-6 December 2018.
In an open and participatory event, organised by the European Commission and the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, citizens can join science community members, policymakers, and fellow ICT-enthusiasts to discuss the future in a digital Europe.
22.11.2018 – “Online Anti-Muslim Hate Speech in Italy and Great Britain” seminar, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh
On 22nd November 2018, University of Trento researchers Stefano Bonino and Elisa Martini and Teesside University researcher Parisa Diba presented the preliminary findings of project Hatemeter at the University of Edinburgh’s Citizens, Nations and Migration (CNaM) Network and at the Alwaleed Centre for the Study of Islam in the Contemporary World.
10/11.11.2018 – “Noi contro l’odio. Approfondimenti tematici e tecnici per il contrasto all’online hate speech” workshop, Amnesty International Italy, Rome
On 10th and 11th November 2018, Foundation Bruno Kessler researcher Marco Guerini presented the Hatemeter platform to a group of activists of the Hate Speech taskforce.
On 5th October 2018, University of Trento researchers Elisa Martini and Stefano Bonino participated and spoken at the event ‘Euromediterranea 2018’ in Bolzano, Italy, on the topic of online and offline hate speech.
12.09.2018 – Hate speech workshop, focus on education and activism – Amnesty International Italy, Rome
On 12th September 2018, University of Trento researchers Stefano Bonino and Elisa Martini participated in the third meeting of the Hate speech workshop, organised by Amnesty International Italy, with a focus on education and activism.
20.06.2018 – Hate speech workshop, focus on law-related matters – Amnesty International Italy, Bologna
On 20th June 2018, University of Trento researcher Elisa Martini participated in the second meeting of the Hate speech workshop, organised by Amnesty International Italy, with a focus on law-related matters. The workshop aimed to create, promote and communicate lobby and advocacy-related activities on hate speech.
On 15th May 2018, University of Trento researcher Elisa Martini participated in the first meeting of the workshop organised by Amnesty International Italy, which brings together organisations and academics. They discussed and presented proposals and analyses on how to better combat hate speech and bring together civil society.
The Hatemeter Partnership held its kick-off meeting on 23rd March at the Faculty of Law of the University of Trento, Italy. The Partnership is coordinated by the University of Trento, in partnership with Fondazione Bruno Kessler (IT), Teesside University (UK), Université Toulouse 1 Capitole (FR), Amnesty International Italia (IT), Stop Hate UK (UK) e Collectif Contre l’Islamophobie en France (FR).